Final Cut Pro 5 export to Compressor annoyance solvedTip on exporting to Compressor from FCP 5
Solved a small annoyance with Compressor and Final Cut Pro 5 during the export process.
I had my project sequences organized in a bin, which I double-clicked in order to give them their own tab in the Final Cut Pro browser window. Ok? Just for a little bit cleaner organization. Nothing strange yet. When I decided to export "Sequence 1" to Compressor, I selected the clip (in this new tab I created) and went to the file menu to export to Compressor, and I got a "No media selected!" error message.
Apparently, the sequence you are exporting MUST be in the main Browser tab (the one with the same name as your project file), and not in a separate tab made from an opened bin, named, for instance, "sequences". I closed the "sequences" tab I created and selected my sequence ("Sequence 1") in the main Browser tab and went to export, and it worked just fine.
Just a little tip to save you some annoyance after a long day of editing.
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